BC Lions continue to add free agents, this time they went out and got a Vancouver Island Born (LB)Terrell Davis, then added Joshua Stanford (WR) and Josh Woodman (DB) for the 2019 season.
Davis (6’0”, 225) hails from Victoria and returns to the West Coast after spending three seasons and 51 regular season games in Hamilton.
A UBC grad and the Ticats’ third selection (21st overall) in the 2016 CFL Draft, Davis became a defensive and special teams mainstay in Steel Town recording 20 special teams tackles, 11 defensive stops and a pair of sacks.
Stanford (6’0”, 200) a three-year CFL veteran, joins the Lions after dividing his time between the Saskatchewan Roughriders and Montreal Alouettes last season. An eighth-round selection by the ‘Riders in the 2016 CFL Draft (62nd overall), Josh has appeared in 24 CFL games recording 23 receptions for 252 yards.
Woodman (6’1”, 195) also brings three years of experience to the Lions after a 33-game run with the Edmonton Eskimos. The Ontario native and former Western Mustang was a fifth-round selection (44th overall) in the 2016 CFL Draft and has tallied 35 tackles with another 15 on special teams.